08.10.2008 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Atlas expands line of rack accessories

Atlas Sound has announced a host of new rack accessories, providing value-engineered storage and power conditioning alternatives. All these products are now in stock and shipping.

Making their debut within the SD Series, two, three, four, and six rack-unit pullout drawers (models SD2-14, SD3-14, SD4-14 and SD6-14, respectively) come equipped with a standard 14in drawer slide and overall drawer depth of 14.75in. All models share a recessed design and reversed hanger that keeps contents inside from falling out if the rack enclosure is moved.

Built in full compliance with EIA310x and IEC-3 specifications, the new model MMK15-RM rack-mount keyboard/monitor drawer ships with a built-in 105-character keyboard, touchpad and flip-up 15in LCD monitor with 1024 x 768 resolution and antiglare/tempered glass. The MMK15-RM features heavy-duty steel construction and an integral, self-locking slide rail facilitating easy installation. An auto-switching 100VAC/240VAC power supply unit is also offered as part of the package.

The Atlas ECS3 is a rack-mount power conditioner and sequencer for comprehensive surge and spike protection. The ECS3 is equipped with nine outlets including two on the front panel. The rear seven outlets can be sequenced via either front-panel controls or remote trigger sources. A total of three sequencer timing settings can be selected along with RI/EMI noise filtering. A sequence trigger output is provided at an external 20A outlet, while front-panel displays include LED indicators for live and neutral wiring, high/low AC line voltage at 105V or 128V, and active circuit breaker protection at 15A, which is revealed by a "breaker open" LED. A digital voltmeter displays all incoming voltage. Outfitted with a two-position dimmer switch, the unit has front and rear LED lamps for easy usage in darkened environments.

For more information, visit www.atlassound.com.

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